The drill Thursday aims to see how well the agency can deal with a massive increase in security.
The agency has done random bag searches before, but this drill is being done in conjunction with the Transportation Security Administration.
Stephen White, studying at Cornell Law School, had his paper Brave New World: Neurowarfare and the Limits of International Humanitarian Law published (pdf) (http://organizations.lawschool.cornell.edu/ilj/issues/41.1/CIN109.pdf) in the current issue of the Cornell International Law Journal. The paper has been picked up here (http://blog.wired.com/defense/2008/04/can-soldiers-be.html) and there (http://www.boingboing.net/2008/04/16/neurowarfare-and-the.html) on the tech net. In it, White makes particular reference to the various "Brain-Machine Interface" ploys being pursued by DARPA, the Pentagon mad-science outfit that loves a long shot....
The Department of Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will evaluate emergency preparedness procedures at the Salem-Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Station during the week of May 19